Nazis reinvent themselves in Indian soft furnishings industry

Written by queen mudder

Sunday, 30 September 2007

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Hitler would have loved one.

Mumbai, India - (ThirdReich Mess): And you thought the Nazis ended with Adolf Hitler's suicide in a Berlin bunker in 1945? Think again.

A Mumbai soft furnishings retailer, Kapil Kumar Todi, has spearheaded the fascist dictatorship's revival with a fetching new line of bedspreads named, surprise surprise, The Nazi Collection.

And to cap it all the genocidal fascists' emblem of oppression, the swastika, features prominently next to the company logo on all its products.

But Todi is unrepentant.

His marketing strategy says the logo stands for the "New Arrival Zone of India".

"And some of my best customers are Jewish!"

While sales seem to be soaring many politicians in India are far from pleased at the enterprising spirit of this 1930s nostalgia revival:

"We think this must be just some local nutter and we've sent him some hystery books to help him readjust his marketing strategy."

The bedspreads cost $20 and are available by mail order.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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